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Click to edit Master subtitle style Class 24 – Comparing Alternatives with ATCF ISE 2014 Fall 2010
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Admin 3 old finals along with their keys posted on Scholar We’re planning a review session on Monday Dec. 13th, I’ll email the class later this week if/when we can get a room reserved The final is going to be in McBryde 100 I’ll have my normal office hours Mon &
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Admin Rod Nunez will be here for Wednesday’s class It will be similar to last time where your questions will drive the conversation Rod also has some materials prepared and a small packet for everyone
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Negative BTCF Remember that we don’t always have a positive BTCF Cost problems will lose money each year Even a profitable project could lose money some years How does this affect the way we do our analysis?
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Negative BTCF Answer: it doesn’t change anything! If we have positive BTCF, we’ll have a negative cash flow for taxes If we have a negative BTCF, we’ll have a positive cash flow for taxes What does this mean?
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This note was uploaded on 02/28/2011 for the course ISE 2014 at Virginia Tech.

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